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Feb 3, 2013 10:00am PST
that into my school and educate other kids about the different religions that are out there and just let them to at least have a different perspective of even just what they've grown up in. >> i think it's the high school students that are ready for this and they're the ones who have the most to gain by true interfaith understanding. >> reporter: while fewer large scale public events are planned for this year, grand rapids' interfaith dialogue will g forward with a variety of smaller individual projects, led largely by the generation about to come of age. for "religion & ethics newsweekly", i'm judy valente in grand rapids, michigan. ♪ >>> like other major religions, islam has its own mystical branch, called sufism, which teach many ways to exrience iritl union with the divine. one of those paths -- dating from the 13th century -- is dance, specifically the dancing of those known as whirling dervishes, who were followers of the poet rumi. recently, the smithsonian institution in washington had a symposium on sufism, that included dervishes from turkey. our guide was manjula kumar, a smithso
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